During our more than 135-year history one thing has remained constant: PSE's focus on safe, reliable, affordable energy service. And we're proud of our legacy: a commitment to great customer service and helping to make our communities better places to live and work.
Puget Sound Energy is Washington state’s oldest local energy company, providing electric and natural gas service to customers primarily in the vibrant Puget Sound area.
The region has experienced dramatic change during PSE’s century-plus history, but one thing has remained constant: PSE’s focus on safe, reliable and affordable energy service. Our commitment to serving communities and to helping make them better places to live and work is as steadfast as ever.
PSE’s service area is home to some of America’s most recognized and respected businesses, including the Boeing Commercial Airplane Group, Microsoft, Amazon.com, Weyerhaeuser, Starbucks, Costco and Nordstrom.
1.1 million electric and more than 760,000 natural gas
6,000+ square miles, primarily in Puget Sound region of Western Washington
Service area population:
Approximately 4 million
Lewis (natural gas)
Snohomish (natural gas)
Bring us your experience
One of the strengths at Puget Sound Energy is our diverse team of employees. We believe that inclusion, a respectful work environment and diverse life experiences help bring better solutions to the table, create a more enjoyable workplace and better serve our customers.
You can see our commitment to diversity at all levels of PSE. We have outreach programs to attract diverse and nontraditional applicants to enhance the employee mix at PSE. Our top 100 leaders are trained in how to build a more inclusive work environment, with a particular emphasis on understanding the differences between generations. Our president and CEO, Kimberly J. Harris, seeks out diverse opinions and encourages candid conversation.
PSE works with community organizations to promote diversity. For example, we’re strong supporters of the Seattle chapter of BOLD (Business Opportunities for Leadership Diversity), which works to mobilize business leaders to create more inclusive workplaces. In addition, we partner with the Tabor 100 to provide scholarships that encourage African-American students to pursue a career in a clean energy field.
There is more work to do. That's why we regularly review our recruitment efforts to ensure that the percentage of people of color and women working at PSE meets or exceeds their availability in the broader work force.
At Puget Sound Energy, your job satisfaction is important. That's why we support our employees in a variety of ways to help them grow, learn and excel in their careers.
PSE employees receive competitive pay and a comprehensive benefits package, including:
Medical, dental and vision plan
Retirement pension plan
401(K) investment plan
Paid time off
Employee assistance program
Throughout your career, PSE provides opportunities for you to openly discuss, plan and set goals to achieve your aspirations. You'll find nearly 100 company-provided, on-site workshops covering a variety of skills, including effective communication, management development, career planning and software.
Managing in today's complex organizations is tough. PSE supports managers at all levels in their development through coaching and mentoring, 360° feedback and skills training in areas such as strategic decision making, managing performance and business acumen.
Eligible employees receive tuition reimbursement of up to $5,250 per year for business related college tuition.
A Look Inside PSE
See what our employees think about career opportunities and ways to grow at PSE.
Ready to jump-start your career? Ready to get hands-on experience and perform real-world, project-focused tasks? Then apply to join our team as a PSE intern!
PSE interns have the benefit of being surrounded by people who are committed to helping you learn, build skills, network and further develop your professional and personal goals, including:
I worked at Puget Sound Energy full-time (Less than a year)
Great benefits and nice work place
Micromanaging is tough and they could be more easy on employees
Advice to Management
Be more easy on employees
I applied online. I interviewed at Puget Sound Energy.
The interview was on the phone and I was offered the job that day. I was merely asked 'fit' type questions rather than any jobtask related questions. The call lasted approximately 30 minutes.